Of all the errors that affect Microsoft’s latest console, the Xbox 360 E68 error is one of the least talked about problems simply because it doesn’t seem to occur as often as some of the others. Read on to learn what causes Xbox error E68 codes and what you can do to fix this problem.
The E68 error is essentially caused by a hard drive/HDD problem. The hard drive could possibly have an internal connection error, a general failure, or a problem with overheating. That being said, there are quite a few things that can cause this Xbox 360 error to occur, which can make pinpointing the issue a little more difficult.
One of the things you can do is try playing your Xbox 360 without the internal hard drive. So remove the hard drive, and see if it works. If the E68 error is still showing, then you may need to have your console checked by Microsoft. If it is working though, you can be sure to get it fixed, as the E68 error is typically associated only with hard drive/HDD problems.
You can purchase a new hard drive to get rid of the Xbox 360 E68 error. The downside to this is it can be quite costly and you will lose all of your saved data. Another option can be to fix it yourself for much less than the cost of a new hard rive, and you will likely get to keep all of your saved data.
If you are interested in fixing it yourself, a good option would be to use an Xbox 360 repair guide that shows you with detailed, step by step instructions, how to get rid of the E68 error. Whatever you decide to do to get it fixed, just make sure to take action. The sooner you get it done, the sooner you can get back to playing your Xbox 360. Good luck!